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STS, are you saying that Nostradomus

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Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), Jun 25, 2008 at 18:22

Was a prophet? Uh-oh.

That would be a sin in my Church, and you just acknowledged there was prophet after mohammed.

STS, put aside all this WWIII conspiracy nonsense and come to know Jesus.

I somehow doubt that God will make rocks and trees give away the Jews to Muslims.

What an awful thing to say about your brothers in Abraham.

Shame on you, STS.

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